The Housing and Planning Bill was introduced in the House of Commons on 13 October 2015 by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, the Rt Hon Greg Clark MP. It followed an … more
Nottingham landlord fined for leaving a tenant without central heating and ignoring a prohibition order
A Nottingham landlord defied an order issued by Nottingham City Council (NCC) banning … more
£30,000 fine for rogue landlords who put tenants’ lives at risk
The irresponsible landlords of an overcrowded property have been ordered to pay more than £30,000 following a … more
The East Midlands housing market has changed rapidly in recent years with massive growth in private renting, a stagnant home ownership market and a shrinking supply of affordable homes.
Since the … more
Welfare reforms, the growth of the private rented sector, the spiralling costs of renting and the shortage of affordable homes mean that hundreds renters are being threatened with eviction each year. … more
Connecting Derby’s Women in Property
Seven Restaurant, wheelwright Way, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8SQ
24th May 2016
12pm – 2.30pm
Are you a landlord in Derby looking for a … more
The Government has amended the Housing Bill, currently being debated in the House of Lords, to include regulations that could make regular electrical safety checks mandatory for all Landlords. … more
‘Happy 2016 to all members of the National Codes for Accommodation.
I’m sure this will prove to be yet another exciting year for the student accommodation sector.
At … more
If only there was a simple answer!
The issue of room sizes within licensed HMOs is something that is regularly debated amongst property professionals and causes huge confusion for all concerned. … more
The Dispute Service will launch a new custodial deposit protection scheme for England and Wales on 1st April 2016, having been approved by the Department for Communities and Local Government.
The … more